Day 2 started with the beautiful views. After getting fresh, started trekk to shriwardhan and manrajan fort.
Rajmachi, a well known destination, has two fortress known as Shrivardhan and Manaranjan Forts. It has an altitude of 2700ft.Rajmachi is surrounded by a wide plateau which is beautiful at sight. This fort looks like the Bor Ghat which was a prominent trade route connecting Mumbai and Pune in an ancient time.Shriwardhan fort was used for the trade route during the business and manrajan fort was used for the entertainment purpose.
Rajmachi is acknowledged by Satavahanas, this fortress was abducted in 1657 by Shivaji Maharaj from the ruler of Bijapur. From 1704 to 1705, it was ruled by Mughals. During the downfall of the Marathas in 1818, British began to take over this fort.
With recognition in aweful history these twin forts have brilliant architecture. The fort complex has huge ramparts, walls, gateways, residential units, water reservoirs and secret gates for exit.
A temple of Kal Bhairava is situated in between two forts. Towards Karjat from rajmachi, there are Buddhist caves which are known as kondhane caves. Easy to moderate trekk can be carried out to reach kondhane. Hence an amazing journey is ended with happiest memories. One can must visit this place.